Kathryn McGarry refutes accusations by letter writer

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October 16, 2018

Opinion 09:00 AM Cambridge Times I want to respond to the letter from London resident Richard Richmond. This individual has had a long-standing personal issue with me that goes beyond any reasonable degree and his letter is 100 per cent false. The facts are clear: the bill in question provided first responders with PTSD coverage […]


Contact Info: Dominion Voting Systems Corporation

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October 15, 2018

Company Overview   Dominion Voting Systems Corporation manufactures election products and services. The company offers a range of hardware and software solutions, including precinct-level vote scanners, accessible voting systems, high-speed central tabulators, paper-based voting terminals, voter lists, election management tools, and reporting systems. It also provides election consulting, project management, election planning, election training, election […]


Can you believe the callousness of these so called “Politicians”?

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October 14, 2018

  PLEASE CLICK ON PHOTO’S TO ENLARGE cal·lous·ness ˈkaləsnəs/ noun noun: callousness insensitive and cruel disregard for others.


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Cambridge resident questions security of online voting

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October 14, 2018

Hespeler man says it’s too easy to commit voting fraud by way information mailed out NewsOct 13, 2018by Bill Doucet Cambridge Times Online voting has become an issue with one city resident after he received voter information for himself and the rest of his family in one envelope. Knowing their personal information, the man said […]


Meet Kathryn McGarry… our next Mayor of Cambridge

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October 9, 2018

Meet Kathryn Kathryn McGarry is a community builder and advocate with a history of fighting for, and on behalf of, Cambridge and its people. Kathryn grew up in Etobicoke, the eldest of three girls. Her parents – Norm, a salesman and Barb, a nurse — worked hard to provide for their daughters and ensure they […]


Cambridge must choose between honey and vinegar

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October 6, 2018

Opinion12:00 AMby Luisa D’Amato Waterloo Region Record Which leader do we want, Cambridge? Cranky Dad, who doesn’t sleep at night until he hears you sneaking into the house way past curfew? Or clever Mom, who talks you into doing the right thing, while making you think it was your idea all along? After attending a […]


Are Polling Stations and Locations being cut on ELECTION DAY?

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October 2, 2018

Mr. Di Lullo: I have heard some rumours that are troubling me about what is happening regarding voting on election day and in particular as it pertains to our senior citizens. I have heard from a few reliable sources that one facility in particular that houses about 187 residents more or less are only going […]


A simple ‘sorry’ doesn’t cut it for photoshop controversy

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September 22, 2018

Opinion 09:26 AM Cambridge Times I am beyond upset that Doug Craig, the current mayor of Cambridge, can just simply just say “he is sorry” for his part in the removal of a candidate (Kathryn McGarry) from a group photo at a community event, as found on page four in your Sept. 18 paper. It […]


Kathryn McGarry’s Statement on the Cambridge Chamber Interviews

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September 19, 2018

Good Afternoon, Below is Kathryn McGarry’s statement on the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce’s candidate interviews and the debate surrounding the questions. “After seeing the stories on social media about how these interviews are being conducted, I reviewed the proposed format and questions with some of the candidates. I have decided not to participate in these […]


My Letter to Doug Craig.. by Rande Keffer

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September 19, 2018

Letter to Doug Craig   Mr. Craig:   Well it is really evident that we are into another election campaign.  While I thought campaigns were a platform to set out goals and ideals that make the city a better place.   That being said, social media venues such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have become […]


My Letter to Greg Durocher… by Rande Keffer

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September 19, 2018

Mr. Durocher: I read the article in The Record today regarding the questions that you have been asking the candidates in the interviews you have conducted thus far for this Municipal Election. In my opinion some of these questions are very inappropriate and cross the line.  These questions would not be able to be asked […]


Citizens of Cambridge deserve better in mayor’s seat by Thomas Vann

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September 17, 2018

Opinion 09:09 AM Cambridge Times I’m guessing Al Coates regrets writing his letter, “Top job should go to someone who lives in Cambridge.” Since Al’s letter, Doug Craig’s campaign group imploded by showing on Craig’s campaign website a photo shot at the new bridge where mayor candidate Kathryn McGarry was removed and an unknown lady […]


Online voting is impossible to secure. So why are some governments using it?

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September 15, 2018

Democracy at stake The purpose of an election is not just to select a winner, but to convince the loser, and their supporters, that they lost. Trust in the voting process is, therefore, an essential element to any voting system. “Voting over the internet is not secure enough to be trusted for government elections,” Teague […]


McGarry targets Cambridge’s top job

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September 15, 2018

NewsSep 10, 2018by Ray Martin Cambridge Times Kathryn McGarry is seeking Cambridge’s top job in hopes of continuing her service to the city. – Ray Martin/Metroland Kathryn McGarry kicked off her bid for mayor Sept. 6, packing Preston’s Fiddle and Firkin pub. “I am running to be your mayor because I want to fight for […]


Cambridge, Ont., mayor apologizes after image of political rival edited out of campaign photo

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September 14, 2018

Image of mayoral challenger Kathryn McGarry edited out of campaign photo from bridge opening Kate Bueckert · CBC News · Posted: Sep 14, 2018 2:15 PM ET | Last Updated: 37 minutes ago   This is the altered photo which removed Kathryn McGarry. This photo was posted to a Facebook group by local resident James […]


Read what Craig had to say about Kathryn McGarry

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September 14, 2018

Kathryn McGarry exits as Cambridge MPP with no regrets Despite defeat, McGarry is proud of her achievements NewsJun 11, 2018by Ray Martin Cambridge Times Liberals cheered as Kathryn McGarry entered the room. – Ray Martin/Metroland Doug Ford’s blue wave across the province last Thursday has turned former Cambridge MPP Kathryn McGarry into a one-term wonder. […]


Racing against time

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August 30, 2018

Tom Vann, left, and Sheldon Rier of the Tyrods Classic Car club in Cambridge with their restored vehicles. Vann’s car is a 1967 Dodge Dart; Rier’s is a 1937 Studebaker Dictator coupe. – Peter Lee , Waterloo Region Record Sheldon Rier’s 1937 Studebaker during the Great Race from Buffalo to Halifax. – courtesy The Great […]


An 11-Year-Old Hacked Into a U.S. Voting System Replica in 10 Minutes This Weekend

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August 14, 2018

Emily Skinner practices soldering r00tz Asylum, a program for kids at DEF CON 24, one of the world’s largest hacker conventions in Bally’s Hotel & Casino on August 6, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The nonprofit, r00tz Asylum, gives kids a safe space to learn about cybersecurity. Ann Hermes – Christian Science Monitor/Getty Images By […]


BISHOP ST. (Cambridge) CONTAMINATION AFFECTS PROPERTY VALUES

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August 9, 2018

Tracy Hipel a candidate in the upcoming municipal elections in Cambridge has just had a victory in his appeal of the assessment of his property for property tax purposes. All parties agreed that the initial assessment was reasonable under ordinary circumstances and that these however were not ordinary circumstances. The home in question is squarely […]


Plenty of Cambridge, North Dumfries candidates for October’s elections

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July 27, 2018

Let the races begin News04:13 PMby Ray Martin Cambridge Times Nominations have closed for the October municipal elections and voters will have plenty of choices in candidates. – Metroland file photo The deadline for nomination has officially passed and there will be no lack of candidates to choose from in the upcoming October municipal elections. […]


Cambridge mayor’s race now one to watch

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July 20, 2018

Opinion10:26 AMCambridge Times The race to the Cambridge mayor’s chair has suddenly become more interesting, perhaps enough to make voters sit up and take notice. With former Cambridge and North Dumfries MPP Kathryn McGarry joining the fray in a bid to become the city’s next mayor in the municipal election on Oct. 22, there is […]


Former MPP Kathryn McGarry running for Cambridge mayor

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July 19, 2018

‘I think that if I didn’t think I would win, I wouldn’t be running’: McGarry News03:34 PMby Lisa Rutledge Cambridge Times Former Cambridge MPP Kathryn McGarry, pictured her in a speech to her supporters following her loss in June’s election, has announced she is running for the job as Cambridge mayor. – Ray Martin/Metroland Former […]


McGarry To Enter Race for Mayor

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July 18, 2018

Former MPP Brings Experience, Consultative Style and New Vision to City Cambridge – Today, Kathryn McGarry, who previously served as Cambridge MPP and a provincial Cabinet Minister, formally entered the race to be Mayor of Cambridge. Below is a statement from the candidate: “Over the last few weeks while attending events in the community, talking […]


IMPORTANT NOTICE; to all RESIDENTS OF CAMBRIDGE..

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June 6, 2018

I ask you to watch the  LEGAL, Provincial Election  today Thursday June 7, 2018   You will notice: ALL POLLING LOCATIONS WILL BE OPEN   ALL VOTING STATIONS WILL BE OPEN   FAMILIES WILL HAVE RECEIVED THEIR VOTING REGISTRATION CARDS.   SENIORS WILL BE ABLE TO VOTE IN THE FOYER OF THEIR RESIDENCE.   THERE […]


ANOTHER HACK.. let’s see Craig and his IT professional sidetrack this one..

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April 21, 2018

Waterloo Region warns residents after My Waste App hacked Recycle Coach company’s app breached, region apologizes after 3,000 emails accessed News01:12 PMby Lisa Rutledge Cambridge Times – Region of Waterloo/Photo The Region of Waterloo is apologizing to subscribers of its My Waste app after the app was hacked and 3,000 email addresses were accessed and […]


A secure vote is a paper vote

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April 19, 2018

Opinion04:29 PMCambridge Times At city council’s March 27 meeting, professor Aleksander Essex of Western University gave a very informative presentation on the risks of online voting. His ideas suggest a very strong argument for maintaining a paper ballot vote, despite some councillors and city staff pushing for more use of online voting. Given the number […]


The threats against cyber-voting are real by: Ken Tuckey

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April 18, 2018

Opinion12:31 PMCambridge Times Re: “Fears about city website ‘hack’ overblown” letter to the editor by Mayor Doug Craig in April 12 Cambridge Times For the facts on cybersecurity and online voting, I encourage the residents of Cambridge to view a short presentation by Dr. Aleksander Essex, a Western University cybersecurity expert specializing in trustworthy elections, […]


In response to Doug Craig’s misleading information regarding INTERNET VOTING

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April 14, 2018

Wow! City Website ‘hack’ Overblown? Funny how a Cybersecurity professional from London Ontario had to go to the Press and reveal that the City of Cambridge had their website ‘hacked’ on February 11, 2018.  Had that not occurred, the residents of this city would have been left in the dark about such an incident. Mayor […]


Why is this Mayor fighting so hard for INTERNET VOTING.. when he knows it’s not secure!

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April 13, 2018

 ” he doeth protest too loudly” Fears about city website ‘hack’ overblown OpinionApr 12, 2018Cambridge Times I would like to respond to Ken Tuckey’s April 2 letter to the editor about cybersecurity, in which he suggests the city should reconsider offering an online voting option and insinuates the City of Cambridge did not disclose a […]


Waterloo rejects online voting, ranked ballot.. ( Why is Doug Craig fighting so hard for this questionable way to cast your ballot?

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April 8, 2018

City will use paper ballots and stick with first-past-the-post system for the 2018 municipal election NewsNov 21, 2016by Paige Desmond Waterloo Region Record WATERLOO — Waterloo council will stick with tradition and use paper ballots and the first-past-the-post system for the 2018 municipal election. Politicians voted Monday not to pursue online voting or use ranked […]


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